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Photographer living in Paris
American photographer Jody Johnson first put her suitcases down in Arles, France where she assisted Lucien Clergue. Soon after she moved to Paris where she began forging her freelance career in diverse milieus ranging from fashion shoots and portrait studios to field reportage.
Whether it be exhibitions for Paul Smith, La Maison Europeene de la Photographie or artistic collaborations such as the High Museum's Louvre project, there is always a special place for personal work and causes, like her recent work for Amnesty International. Artiste, photographe, elle a la particularité d'associer l'esthétisme et la narration. Elle n'use d'aucun artifice pour émouvoir: ses photographies capturent le naturel afin de sublimer le visage de la vérité.